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The two-time defending Ivy League champions will have their work cut out for them in 2009-10 — men’s basketball head coach Steve Donahue announced the team’s schedule on Friday, and it appears to be possibly the toughest non-conference schedule in Cornell history. Donahue has a history of challenging his players before the Ivy season begins — the Red has played Syracuse in four of the last five seasons, and took on powerhouses like Duke in 2007-08 and Indiana and Minnesota in 2008-09. With all five starters returning, Cornell (21-10 overall in 2008-09, 11-3 Ivy League) might just be up to the challenge.
A glance at the women’s field hockey team’s schedule would make it seem as if someone is waiting to tear down Schoellkopf and break ground on construction for a new stadium. Yet, despite recent renovations to Lynah Rink and Hoy Field, Schoellkopf isn’t going anywhere — and neither is the Red, for now at least.